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2nd Term Examination 2017/2018 Academic Year

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
________ are substances which are capable of changing blue litmus paper to red 
acid (b) base (c) salt (d) sugar 

__________ reacts with acid to form salt and water (a) sugar (b) base (c) powder (d) sweet 

There are __________ types of acid (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 

__________ are things from which objects are made (a) wool (b) paper (c) biro (d) materials
 
_______ and __________ are the two types of metal (a) ferrous and non-ferrous 
metal and non-metal (c) thermoset and thermo-plastic (d) natural and synthetic 

We can get knife and cutlass from _______ (a) wood (b) metal (c) plastic (d) ceramic 

_______ is a cleansing agent which produce foam and lather when mixed with water 
pepper (b) salt (c) soap (d) soup 

______ is a chemical reaction of caustic potash or caustic soda with vegetable or animal fat 
hydration (b) esterification (c) saponification (d) production 

_______ is a purposeful human activity which involves designing or making of products 
economic (b) agric (c) technology (d) facebook 

Caustic soda is a base known as ______ 
potassium hydroxide (b) sodium hydroxide (c) magnesium hydroxide (d) sodium chloride 

________ soap is made from palm oil and alkali (a) local (b) modern (c) foreign (d) hot 

________ is not a technology product (a) chair (b) table (c) television (d) sand 

There are _________ types of materials (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 5 

Metals are heavier than plastic (a) true (b) false 

______ is a material gotten from tree (a) metal (b) plastic (c) wood (d) ceramic 

_____ is a state of preventing danger or accident (a) accident (b) safety (c) traffic (d) exercise 

_________ is the major source of heat (a) firewood (b) sun (c) gas cook (d) stove 

The following are sources of heat except ______ (a) sun (b) firewood (c) electricity (d) box 

Heat can be transfer in _________ ways (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 

___ is the degree of hotness or coldness of a body (a) heat (b) temperature (c) five (d) friction 
 

Section B
What is safety? ______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Write three ways we can ensure safety on the road 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What is a material? ___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Write the types of materials we have?
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What is heat? ________________________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention three sources of heat
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What is technology? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List five products of technology  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

What is soap? _______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List the two types of soap we have   
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
__ is someone who directs or guides others (a) A boss (b) A master (c) A leader (d) a helper
_____ is a sudden event that causes great damage or loss of life 
rainfall (b) sunset (c) disaster (d) drainage 
Which of the following is not a natural disaster 
Floods (b) earthquake (c) famine (d) accident 
The exchange of goods for goods and services for service is known as _____ 
Trade by money (b) Goods exchange (c) trade by barter (d) Exchange of cloths   
The state of having no job that pays you income is referred to as ____ 
Education (b) unemployment (c) employment (d) opportunity 
Sokoto and Kaduna are located in the _____ part of Nigeria 
Southern (b) Western (c) Northern (d) Eastern 
The major occupation of people living in the northern part of Nigeria ____
teaching (b) engineering (c) farming (d) banking
_____________ are people with common goals and objectives 
(a) pressure group (b) community (c) meeting (d) friends 
__________ is the act of believing in God and other supernatural powers 
(a) culture (b) religion (c) marriage (d) family 
We have ___________ types of religion (a) 5 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 
The full meaning of NLC is ___________________ (a) National Labour Congress
(b) Nigeria Labour Congress (c) National Laboratory Congress (d) National Labour Community
__ is one of the importance of pressure group (a) protect member interest (b) cause problems in the country (c) confuse the leaders of the country (d) create more problems for government 

__________ is one of the planet that human beings, plants and animals live 
    (a) earth (b) Pluto (c) mars (d) Jupiter 
All are aspects of culture except _______ (a) dressing (b) food (c) greeting (d) fighting 
___________ is an institution that accept money from people in the form of deposits 
(a) a bank (b) an insurance (c) an ATM (d) Central bank 
Which of the following is not a banking industry in Nigeria 
(a) GTBank (b) First Bank (c) Barclays Bank (d) Zenith Bank 
A borrowed sum of money that is expected to be paid back with interest is known as _______ 
(a) capital (b) loan (c) income (d) salary 
Which of the following acronyms does not belong or is not a pressure group 
IBBS (b) NLC (c) NUJ (d) NUT 

_________ is the joining of man and woman to become husband and wife 
(a) culture (b) marriage (c) family (d) party 
          
The types of production that distribute goods to the people that needs it is called _____ 
(a) primary (b) secondary (c) tertiary (d) socialization 


Section B
1.) Explain the meaning of disaster _________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List the two types of disaster 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

2.) Who is a leader? _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two qualities of a good leader
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

3.) What is a bank? ______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Explain a loan _______________________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

4.) Explain the meaning of religion _________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List the types of religion you know
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

5.) Explain solar system __________________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List any two planets you know
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Choose a word in the bracket that rhymes with the word in capital 
Example: SPEEDILY (Joyfully, sudden)
PERISHABLE (able, sing)
HING (hunt, ping)
SUFFERING (jumping, eat)
CALLOUS (suspicious, rely)
DISABLE (allow, enable)

Write a word that rhymes with the definition given 
LINE (to eat dinner ) _______________________________________
COBBLE (twice as much) _______________________________________
REAP (opposite of shallow) __________________________________
DICKER (an underwear) ________________________________________
NEW (small drop of water that forms on the ground) ____________________________

Study the jumbled words in the bracket and work out the anagram that satisfies the meaning given 

(upypp) a dog's young one __________________________
(AWR) not cooked _______________________________________
(IALR) someone who tells lies _____________________________
(ON) the opposite of yes _______________________
(AMY it is eaten as food __________________________
(CHARM) the third month of the year _____________________
(EMIDICEN) drug _________________________
When "C" is removed from crank it forms a four letter word _____________________
If "tame" is rearranged such that "n" is the first letter, it becomes ________________
Re-arrange the letters of the word "end" to give the name of a lion's home ____________

  
Add a letter(s) to the given word to form a word that means the same with the given sentence

LAME: burning gas that comes from something that is on fire ___________
HEN: another time _______________
HARE: to divide ____________________
RUN: the long nose of an elephant __________________________
RAIN: carries people from one place to another ____________________
EVEN: an important occurrence _________________________
RICE: the amount of money __________________________
PRAY: small drop of liquid sent through the air _______________________
DISH: red in colour ______________________________
ILL: foolish __________________________



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
______________________________ is a pigment substance
There are ________________________ types of colour 
______________, ________________ and _______________ are examples of primary colour 
Red + Yellow gives us ________________________________
Yellow + blue gives us ________________________________
Art is divided into two, name it _____________________ and _______________________
The Nigeria flag has how many colours ____________________________
What is still life drawing? 
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

What is life drawing? 
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

List two materials use for drawing an object
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Section B
Draw a butterfly and colour it 
Draw a table and a chair 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Comprehension
Read the following passage and answer the questions which follow
The Kangaroo
Of all the animals in Australia, the Kagaroo is the most famous. In fact, it is to this continent as the elephant is to India. Next to the Kangaroo is the duck billed platypus. 
The Kangaroo has a very powerful tail and hind legs which enable it to move along quickly. This movement is made up of a series of long jumps. So active is the Kangaroo that it can move at a high speed to cover a long distance within a short time. 
The most interesting point about this creature is the way it carries its young ones in a pouch on its belly, rather like the West African monkey. Though, the difference is that the young monkey does not stay in a pouch but holds fast to its mother with its arms and legs as she moves from branch to branch.
The forelegs of the Kangaroo are short and do not touch the ground during movements. The Bushmen of Australia, though they are the most primitive natives in the world, are very fond of this animal. These people have strange beliefs and customs but they are very kind to the Kangaroo. 

Questions
Name the two Chief wild animals of Australia ______________________________________
Describe the movement of the Kangaroo __________________________________________

Where does it carry its young ones? ______________________________________________

In what way can you compare the Kangaroo with a monkey? 
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

What is the main difference between a Kangaroo and a monkey? 
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Which legs of the Kangaroo do not touch the ground? ________________________________
Who are the natives of Australia? ________________________________________________
How civilized are they? ________________________________________________________
How do they treat the Kangaroo? ________________________________________________



Write out the opposite of the following words 
Permanent __________________________________
Guilty _____________________________________
Success ____________________________________
Weak ______________________________________
Ancient ____________________________________
Careful ____________________________________

Give words similar in meaning to:
Profit ___________________________________
Slender _________________________________
Yearly __________________________________

Complete each of the following sentences with the proper word selected from its bracket 
(sow, sew) They _________________ their cloth 
(blew, blue) The wind __________________ the paper away 

The Wheel of Success
Why did the head teacher send for Ikenna? 
(a) to flog him (b) to remind him of his school fees (c) to help him 
Where was Ikenna born? (a) Lagos (b) Umu (c) Abeokuta (d) Minna
Where did Ikenna spend most of his time whenever he was in school 
(a) toilet (b) bathroom (c) library (d) staff room 
Who came to call him in the library? (a) Chukwuma (b) Chidi (c) Chimezie (d) Sister 
Who did the head teacher tell Ikenna to call for him? 
(a) His uncle (b) His mother (c) His sister (d) His father 
Composition 
Write a composition about your school 



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURE SCIENCE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
A pest causes ____________ to crops (a) peace (b) damage (c) growth (d) decay 
__________ is an example of a rodent (a) goat (b) dog (c) cat (d) rabbit 
________ is an example of a primate (a) monkey (b) cow (c) dog (d) lion 
A pest can be animals or _____________ (a) dog (b) stone (c) insects (d) leaf 
Our crops and livestock can be affected by ________ (a) fly (b) bee (c) pest (d) dog 
___ does not allow normal growth of crop plants (a) fly (b) diseases (c) sickness (d) headache 
The following are common agents that cause diseases to crops except _____
(a) bacteria (b) boil (c) fungi (d) virus 
Maize rust is a disease of ________ (a) cassava (b) plantain (c) maize (d) beans 
The following are examples of insect pest except ______ 
(a) weevils (b) stem borer (c) bird (d) grasshoppers 
Squirrel is an example of ______ (a) insect (b) primate (c) rodents (d) flies 
Cultural method of controlling pest involves the following except _____ 
(a) regular weeding (b) deep ploughing (c) good crop rotation system (d) planting crops 
Physical method of controlling pest in farm involves the following except 
(a) using hand to pick and kill the pests (b) Using locally made traps to catch rodents 
(c) Allowing insects on the farm (d) using scare crows to scare bird and monkeys away 
Eating food infected with chemical can cause the following except 
(a) stomach ache (b) catarrh (c) cough (d) good health 
When chemicals are washed into nearby streams, it kills fishes and other water animals 
(a) true (b) false 
___________ are small animal or insects that live on the bodies of farm animals 
(a) flies (b) insect (c) parasites (d) dog 
________ is an example of internal parasite (a) tick (b) flea (c) tapeworm (d) tse-tse fly 
______ is an example of external parasites (a) ticks (b) tapeworm (c) round worm (d) worm 
Disease attack farm animals and make them _______ (a) well (b) fine (c) grow (d) sick 
_______ causes sleeping sickness in animals (a) lice (b) tick (c) flea (d) tse-tse fly 
The following are signs of ill-health (sickness) in farm animals except (a) inability to eat properly (b) inability to walk properly (c) loss of weight (d) ability to run fast 



Section B
What are pest?  
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List four common pests you know  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

What is a disease?   
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Write four causal agents of crop diseases  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

State three methods of controlling pest 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________
(b) Give one example each 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What are parasites? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Write the two types of parasites we have with one example each  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

State four signs of ill health in farm animals  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Household pests are ______ and animals which are harmful to man and his surroundings 
(a) plants (b) disease (c) insects (d) crops
One of the these pests can cause cholera (a) mosquito (b) mice (c) housefly (d) bed bug
Kitchen hygiene helps to prevent the _____ of food 
(a) safety (b) contamination (c) richness (d) sweetness
_____ agents are materials that we can use to clean items in the home 
(a) home (b) general (c) cleaning (d) sponge
The food items that can easily get spoilt are called ____ foods 
(a) perishable (b) durable (c) preserve (d) delicious 
Spinach, tomatoes, potatoes and lettuce are all examples of ____ 
(a) plant (b) vegetables (c) roots (d) leaves
The method of cooking for moimoi is _____ (a) frying (b) steaming (c) roasting (d) smoking
A room or place where cooking activities are done is called ____ 
(a) palour (b) kitchen (c) room (d) verandah 
All are methods of cooking except ______ (a) boiling (b) smoking (c) frying (d) preserving 
____ is one of the major ingredients for making snacks(a) flour (b) pepper (c) oil (d) tomato
____________ is one of the methods of preventing household pest 
(a) applying insecticide to kill insects (b) opening doors and windows for insects to enter 
(c) allowing rubbish around your surroundings (d) play with insects 
__is the insects that causes malaria parasite (a) housefly (b) bed fly (c) mosquito (d) tsetse fly 
All are materials use for cleaning our surrounding except______
(a) broom (b) brush (c) mop (d) comb 
All are items found in the kitchen except _____ (a) stove (b) spoon (c) knife (d) phone 
Any edible solid or liquid substances that give us energy is ______
(a) food (b) diet (c) nutrient (d) breakfast 
Cooking of food with dry heat is known as ___ (a) boiling (b) frying (c) roasting (d) steaming 
An example of food that can be boiled is ____ (a) akara (b) puff puff (c) cake (d) rice 
All are examples of food that gives us protein except ____ (a) rice (b) beans (c) meat (d) fish 
Mud, terrazzo, wood, tiles are examples of ______ 
(a) floor covering (b) surfaces (c) ground floor (d) veranda 
Energy given food include the following except ______ (a) beans (b) rice (c) corn (d) bread 



Section B
What are household pests? _____________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Give three examples of household pest
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
2.) Explain the meaning of kitchen __________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention three tools found in the kitchen  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

3.) What is kitchen hygiene? _______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention three items that can be used to maintain kitchen hygiene
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
4.) Explain the meaning of cooking _________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention three methods of cooking 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
5.) Explain cleanliness in your own way _____________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) List three items used for cleaning our surrounding
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
The branch of learning that enables us to understand the activities of government is ____ 
(a) social education (b) civic education (c) social injustice (d) leadership
At what age can someone start voting (a) 10 (b) 18 (c) 19 (d) 20
The arm of government that makes law is the ____ 
(a) executive (b) legislature (c) judiciary (d) loyalty 
When the rights of citizens are not equally distributed in the society, it is called _____ 
(a) social injustice (b) socialization (c) loyalty (d) freedom
One of the following is a way through which workers protest 
(a) praying (b) strike action (c) love (d) begging
One of the following is not a natural disasters 
(a) flood (b) earthquake (c) road accidents (d) famine 
Nigeria's democracy day is celebrated on every _____ of the year 
March 30 (b) June 12 (c) May 29 (d) May 20
One evidence of loyalty is ____ (a) obedience (b) impoliteness (c) rudeness (d) stealing
The governor of Lagos State is _______ 
(a) His Excellency Akinwunmi Ambode (b) His Excellency Akinwunmi Collins 
(c) His Excellency Tunde Ambode (d) His Excellency Solomon Ambode 

_____ are ideas and beliefs that guide people's action 
(a) sense (b) intelligence (c) values (d) obedience
The arm of government that execute law is the ____ 
(a) legislative (b) judiciary (c) executive (d) police 
Nigeria got her independence on ______ 
(a) October 1st 1960 (b) October 1st 1980 (c) October 1st 1971 (d) October 1st 1972 

The body that safeguards every edible items and drugs is known as ___ 
(a) NASEDA (b) IBBS (c) SURE-P (d) NAFDAC
One of the reasons why many people do not own a house is _____ (a) high cost of building materials (b) sufficient fund (c) availability of land (d) government support

All are duties and obligations of government except ____ 
(a) provision of social amenities (b) provision of security in the country
(c) provision of job opportunities for its citizens (d) causing more problems in the country 

The arms of government that interpret the law in the country is ____ 
executive (b) legislative (c) judiciary (d) federation 

Nigeria became a republic in _______ year 
(a) October 1st 1963 (b) October 1st 1961 (c) October 1st 1962 (d) October 1st 1964 

The green colour of the Nigeria National flag represent _____ 
(a) agriculture (b) peace (c) flower (d) honey 

Nigeria has __________ state (a) 40 (b) 41 (c) 38 (d) 36 

The president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is _______ 
(a) President Mohammadu Buhari (b) President Mohammadu Saraki 
(c) President Mohammadu Duru (d) President Goodluck Jonathan 

Section B
Explain the meaning of government in your own way ________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) List two functions of government  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Who is a leader? _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Explain two qualities of good leader   
(a) ________________________________________________________________________    
(b) ________________________________________________________________________

Explain the meaning of pressure group____________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention two importance of pressure group  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Explain the meaning of social amenities ___________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) List three social amenities government provide for us   
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

Who is a citizen? _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention three rights of a citizen   
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Soap is a _____ agent (a) drying (b) cleansing (c) water (d) cooking
Soap is produced from chemical reaction known as ________ 
(a) hydration (b) esterification (c) saponification (d) production 
Soap is used for the following except __________ 
(a) for dyeing cloth (b) for removing grease (c) for removing dirt (d) for removing heat 
There are ___________ types of soap (a) 3 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) 5 
Trade and production of flowers is called ________ 
(a) gardening (b) floristry (c) farming (d) forestry 
________ is a person who engage in growing and sale of flowers 
(a) flowerist (b) gardener (c) florist (d) farmer 
Women's hat are made by _________ (a) hatist (b) milliner (c) hat maker (d) hat designers 
Hat can also be called headdress (a) True (b) false 
The act of making hat is called _______________________
(a) shoe making (b) hat drawing (c) hat making (d) hat designing 
Flowers make our house __________ (a) ugly (b) dull (c) beautiful (d) sweet 
___________ is used for the protection of hands in floristry 
(a) hand cover (b) hand socks (c) hand gloves (d) napkin 
___________ is used for decorating flowers (a) balloon (b) ribbon (c) paint (d) colour 
_____________ is used to transport flower from one place to another 
(a) polybags (b) boxes (c) cage (d) travelling bag 
____________ is the art of arranging flowers in a creative way 
(a) flowers design (b) floral design (c) roses design (d) bed 
Shoes are made by _______ (a) cobbler (b) manufacturer (c) sculptor (d) shoe shiner
____ is added to soap to give it pleasant smell (a) glycerine (b) perfume (c) tallow (d) powder 
The following are examples of materials used in hat-making except ____ 
(a) trimmings (b) beads (c) nails (d) needles 
Leather is derived from _______ (a) clay (b) wood (c) hide (d) cloth 
In early age, leathers are used as _______ (a) bed (b) clothing (c) laptop cases (d) plate 
Which of the following animals is a good source of hide? (a) rat (b) cattle (c) dog (d) fish 



Section B
What is hat making? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two kinds of hat 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is floristry? _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) State two uses of flowers 
(a) _____________________________________________________________________    
(b) _____________________________________________________________________

What is leather craft? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List three things that can be used to produce 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What is shoe making? _________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two examples of footwear?  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is soap? _______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention three things we can do with soap 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
_____ inspires us to do the work of God (a) Holy Spirit (b) Holy man (c) Holy father (d) angel 
On the day of Pentecost, the disciples are speaking in different ______ 
(a) tongues (b) manner (c) signs (d) command 
_______ gives us boldness to preach the word of God 
(a) Holy Spirit (b) disciples (c) Angels (d) Mary 
Jesus Christ had _____ disciples (a) 12 (b) 10 (c) 11 (d) 13 
Truth simply means ______ (a) fact (b) error (c) correct (d) encourage 
________, ________ and _______ are the trinity of God (a) The father, son and the holy spirit (b) the father, son and the disciples (c) the father, son and the mother 

The event that happen on the day of Pentecost makes the people to _____ 
(a) have believe in God (b) hate God (c) rejoice with God (d) cause all enemies 
_____ was stoned to death simply because he preached the gospel to the people 
(a) Stephen (b) Matthew (c) John (d) Peter 
__is the disciple that denied Jesus three times (a) Peter (b) John (c) Matthew (d) Judas Iscariot 
______ is the son of God (a) Jesus Christ (b) John (c) Peter (d) Andrew 
Who did God create in his own image and likeness?
(a) man (b) woman (c) animals (d) heaven 
Who did God save from death (a) Isaac (b) Mary (c) Abraham (d) Jacob 
The things that God provides for us are the following except _____ 
(a) air (b) trees (c) trouble (d) good health 
The story of the prodigal son is an example of God's ____
(a) mercy (b) sadness (c) happiness (d) wickedness
God created and also wants us to ____ (a) create (b) destroy (c) push (d) pull down 
The Sabbath day is meant to be kept _____ (a) holy (b) dirty (c) ungrateful (d) shallow 
Who was delivered from the den of lion? (a) Shedrack (b) Meshack (c) Abednego (d) Daniel 
The only means through which we can talk to God is through _____ 
(a) praises (b) prayer (c) prouding (d) singing 
The Egyptians and their chariots perished in the ____ sea (a) red (b) blue (c) green (d) rough 
______ means to be punished or praised for the deed he or she has done 
(a) reward (b) punishment (c) repent (d) evil



Section B
Explain the meaning of inspiration _______________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Who gives us inspiration? __________________________________________ 

____________________________________ is the means we talk to God 
b.) Mention three disciples of Jesus Christ  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

Mention two things that God provided for us 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

God delivers ______________, ______________ and ____________ from the furnace of fire 
b.) Jesus Christ is the son of _________________________________________
Narrate the story of the prodigal son  
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Section A: 
Write N60 as a percentage of N2000 (a) 2% (b) 3% (c) 4% (d) 5%
Change 6300 kobo to Naira (a) N63 (b) N630 (c) N6300 (d) N63000
Find the L.C.M of 20 and 50 (a) 120 (b) 100 (c) 200 (d) 420 
Find the HCF of 8, 16 and 20 (a) 5 (b) 6 (c) 8 (d) 4 
Find the perimeters of the triangle of sides 6cm, 4cm and 8cm 
(a) 20cm (b) 18cm (c) 22cm (d) 24 
Find the circumference of a circle with radius 14cm (a) 22 (b) 44 (c) 88 (d) 120 
Express 100: 200 in lowest terms (a) 10: 20 (b) 1: 2 (c) 1:3 (d) 100: 200 
Find the perimeter of a square with side 5cm (a) 25cm (b) 30cm (c) 20cm (d) 60cm
Find the area of rectangle with length 15cm and breadth 3cm 
(a) 40cm2 (b) 30cm2 (c) 35cm2 (d) 45cm2 
Find the perimeter or circumference of a circle whose diameter is 14cm (Take π as 22/7 or 3.14) (a) 55cm (b) 66cm (c) 44cm (d) 77cm

Find the circumference of this figure? (a) 44cm (b) 43cm (c) 45cm (d) 48cm 

The area of a triangle is 45m2, if the baseline is 9m. Find the height of the triangle? 
(a) 10m (b) 12m (c) 13m (d) 5m
Find the time at which N8000 will yield an interest of N960.00 at 3% per annum? 
(a) 3 years (b) 4 years (c) 5 years (d) 6 years 
At what rate percent will N2,500 gain an interest of N500 in 5years? 
(a) 5% (b) 3% (c) 4% (d) 6%
Find the simple interest on N2400.00 at the rate of 5% per annum, for 4 years. 
(a) N240.00 (b) N380.00 (c) N480.00 (d) N120.00 
By selling a gold watch for N1450.00 a gain of N600.00 was made. Find the cost price of the watch (a) N850.00 (b) N860.00 (c) N830.00 (d) N820.00

Express 9/20 as a percentage (a) 40% (b) 45% (c) 51% (d) 60% 
Express 39% as a decimal (a) 0.039 (b) 0.39 (c) 3.9 (d) 390 
A car goes on an average speed of 80km/h for 4hours. What distance does it cover? 
(a) 320km (b) 340km (c) 360km (d) 390km 
The amount of space a container occupies is called _____ 
(a) metre (b) kilometer (c) capacity (d) space 

Section B 
Grace bought a clock for N150.00 and sold it for N160.00. Find
The gain 
The percentage gain 

2.) Okoro deposits N130.00 in a bank at an annual interest rate of 60%. Calculate his balance after 12 years. 
(b) Write the fractional form of 28: 7 in its lowest term 

3.) Find the H.C.F of 64, 80 and 120
b.) A dealer helps to sell goods worth N800.00. He is given a commission of 41%. How much did he receive? 

4.) What is the area of a rectangular surface 75cm long and 20cm wide? 
(b) Find the area of the triangle below 





5.) Find the speed of a car travelling 240km in 6hours 
(b) Three tins of bournvita weigh 225g, 495g and 126g. What is the total weight of the three tins? 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
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2nd Term Examination 2017/2018 Academic Year

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
________ are substances which are capable of changing blue litmus paper to red 
acid (b) base (c) salt (d) sugar 

__________ reacts with acid to form salt and water (a) sugar (b) base (c) powder (d) sweet 

There are __________ types of acid (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 

__________ are things from which objects are made (a) wool (b) paper (c) biro (d) materials
 
_______ and __________ are the two types of metal (a) ferrous and non-ferrous 
metal and non-metal (c) thermoset and thermo-plastic (d) natural and synthetic 

We can get knife and cutlass from _______ (a) wood (b) metal (c) plastic (d) ceramic 

_______ is a cleansing agent which produce foam and lather when mixed with water 
pepper (b) salt (c) soap (d) soup 

______ is a chemical reaction of caustic potash or caustic soda with vegetable or animal fat 
hydration (b) esterification (c) saponification (d) production 

_______ is a purposeful human activity which involves designing or making of products 
economic (b) agric (c) technology (d) facebook 

Caustic soda is a base known as ______ 
potassium hydroxide (b) sodium hydroxide (c) magnesium hydroxide (d) sodium chloride 

________ soap is made from palm oil and alkali (a) local (b) modern (c) foreign (d) hot 

________ is not a technology product (a) chair (b) table (c) television (d) sand 

There are _________ types of materials (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 5 

Metals are heavier than plastic (a) true (b) false 

______ is a material gotten from tree (a) metal (b) plastic (c) wood (d) ceramic 

_____ is a state of preventing danger or accident (a) accident (b) safety (c) traffic (d) exercise 

_________ is the major source of heat (a) firewood (b) sun (c) gas cook (d) stove 

The following are sources of heat except ______ (a) sun (b) firewood (c) electricity (d) box 

Heat can be transfer in _________ ways (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 

___ is the degree of hotness or coldness of a body (a) heat (b) temperature (c) five (d) friction 
 

Section B
What is safety? ______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Write three ways we can ensure safety on the road 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What is a material? ___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Write the types of materials we have?
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What is heat? ________________________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention three sources of heat
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What is technology? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List five products of technology  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

What is soap? _______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List the two types of soap we have   
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
__ is someone who directs or guides others (a) A boss (b) A master (c) A leader (d) a helper
_____ is a sudden event that causes great damage or loss of life 
rainfall (b) sunset (c) disaster (d) drainage 
Which of the following is not a natural disaster 
Floods (b) earthquake (c) famine (d) accident 
The exchange of goods for goods and services for service is known as _____ 
Trade by money (b) Goods exchange (c) trade by barter (d) Exchange of cloths   
The state of having no job that pays you income is referred to as ____ 
Education (b) unemployment (c) employment (d) opportunity 
Sokoto and Kaduna are located in the _____ part of Nigeria 
Southern (b) Western (c) Northern (d) Eastern 
The major occupation of people living in the northern part of Nigeria ____
teaching (b) engineering (c) farming (d) banking
_____________ are people with common goals and objectives 
(a) pressure group (b) community (c) meeting (d) friends 
__________ is the act of believing in God and other supernatural powers 
(a) culture (b) religion (c) marriage (d) family 
We have ___________ types of religion (a) 5 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 
The full meaning of NLC is ___________________ (a) National Labour Congress
(b) Nigeria Labour Congress (c) National Laboratory Congress (d) National Labour Community
__ is one of the importance of pressure group (a) protect member interest (b) cause problems in the country (c) confuse the leaders of the country (d) create more problems for government 

__________ is one of the planet that human beings, plants and animals live 
    (a) earth (b) Pluto (c) mars (d) Jupiter 
All are aspects of culture except _______ (a) dressing (b) food (c) greeting (d) fighting 
___________ is an institution that accept money from people in the form of deposits 
(a) a bank (b) an insurance (c) an ATM (d) Central bank 
Which of the following is not a banking industry in Nigeria 
(a) GTBank (b) First Bank (c) Barclays Bank (d) Zenith Bank 
A borrowed sum of money that is expected to be paid back with interest is known as _______ 
(a) capital (b) loan (c) income (d) salary 
Which of the following acronyms does not belong or is not a pressure group 
IBBS (b) NLC (c) NUJ (d) NUT 

_________ is the joining of man and woman to become husband and wife 
(a) culture (b) marriage (c) family (d) party 
          
The types of production that distribute goods to the people that needs it is called _____ 
(a) primary (b) secondary (c) tertiary (d) socialization 


Section B
1.) Explain the meaning of disaster _________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List the two types of disaster 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

2.) Who is a leader? _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two qualities of a good leader
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

3.) What is a bank? ______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Explain a loan _______________________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

4.) Explain the meaning of religion _________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List the types of religion you know
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

5.) Explain solar system __________________________________________________________ 
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List any two planets you know
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Choose a word in the bracket that rhymes with the word in capital 
Example: SPEEDILY (Joyfully, sudden)
PERISHABLE (able, sing)
HING (hunt, ping)
SUFFERING (jumping, eat)
CALLOUS (suspicious, rely)
DISABLE (allow, enable)

Write a word that rhymes with the definition given 
LINE (to eat dinner ) _______________________________________
COBBLE (twice as much) _______________________________________
REAP (opposite of shallow) __________________________________
DICKER (an underwear) ________________________________________
NEW (small drop of water that forms on the ground) ____________________________

Study the jumbled words in the bracket and work out the anagram that satisfies the meaning given 

(upypp) a dog's young one __________________________
(AWR) not cooked _______________________________________
(IALR) someone who tells lies _____________________________
(ON) the opposite of yes _______________________
(AMY it is eaten as food __________________________
(CHARM) the third month of the year _____________________
(EMIDICEN) drug _________________________
When "C" is removed from crank it forms a four letter word _____________________
If "tame" is rearranged such that "n" is the first letter, it becomes ________________
Re-arrange the letters of the word "end" to give the name of a lion's home ____________

  
Add a letter(s) to the given word to form a word that means the same with the given sentence

LAME: burning gas that comes from something that is on fire ___________
HEN: another time _______________
HARE: to divide ____________________
RUN: the long nose of an elephant __________________________
RAIN: carries people from one place to another ____________________
EVEN: an important occurrence _________________________
RICE: the amount of money __________________________
PRAY: small drop of liquid sent through the air _______________________
DISH: red in colour ______________________________
ILL: foolish __________________________



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
______________________________ is a pigment substance
There are ________________________ types of colour 
______________, ________________ and _______________ are examples of primary colour 
Red + Yellow gives us ________________________________
Yellow + blue gives us ________________________________
Art is divided into two, name it _____________________ and _______________________
The Nigeria flag has how many colours ____________________________
What is still life drawing? 
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

What is life drawing? 
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

List two materials use for drawing an object
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Section B
Draw a butterfly and colour it 
Draw a table and a chair 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………

Comprehension
Read the following passage and answer the questions which follow
The Kangaroo
Of all the animals in Australia, the Kagaroo is the most famous. In fact, it is to this continent as the elephant is to India. Next to the Kangaroo is the duck billed platypus. 
The Kangaroo has a very powerful tail and hind legs which enable it to move along quickly. This movement is made up of a series of long jumps. So active is the Kangaroo that it can move at a high speed to cover a long distance within a short time. 
The most interesting point about this creature is the way it carries its young ones in a pouch on its belly, rather like the West African monkey. Though, the difference is that the young monkey does not stay in a pouch but holds fast to its mother with its arms and legs as she moves from branch to branch.
The forelegs of the Kangaroo are short and do not touch the ground during movements. The Bushmen of Australia, though they are the most primitive natives in the world, are very fond of this animal. These people have strange beliefs and customs but they are very kind to the Kangaroo. 

Questions
Name the two Chief wild animals of Australia ______________________________________
Describe the movement of the Kangaroo __________________________________________

Where does it carry its young ones? ______________________________________________

In what way can you compare the Kangaroo with a monkey? 
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

What is the main difference between a Kangaroo and a monkey? 
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Which legs of the Kangaroo do not touch the ground? ________________________________
Who are the natives of Australia? ________________________________________________
How civilized are they? ________________________________________________________
How do they treat the Kangaroo? ________________________________________________



Write out the opposite of the following words 
Permanent __________________________________
Guilty _____________________________________
Success ____________________________________
Weak ______________________________________
Ancient ____________________________________
Careful ____________________________________

Give words similar in meaning to:
Profit ___________________________________
Slender _________________________________
Yearly __________________________________

Complete each of the following sentences with the proper word selected from its bracket 
(sow, sew) They _________________ their cloth 
(blew, blue) The wind __________________ the paper away 

The Wheel of Success
Why did the head teacher send for Ikenna? 
(a) to flog him (b) to remind him of his school fees (c) to help him 
Where was Ikenna born? (a) Lagos (b) Umu (c) Abeokuta (d) Minna
Where did Ikenna spend most of his time whenever he was in school 
(a) toilet (b) bathroom (c) library (d) staff room 
Who came to call him in the library? (a) Chukwuma (b) Chidi (c) Chimezie (d) Sister 
Who did the head teacher tell Ikenna to call for him? 
(a) His uncle (b) His mother (c) His sister (d) His father 
Composition 
Write a composition about your school 



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURE SCIENCE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
A pest causes ____________ to crops (a) peace (b) damage (c) growth (d) decay 
__________ is an example of a rodent (a) goat (b) dog (c) cat (d) rabbit 
________ is an example of a primate (a) monkey (b) cow (c) dog (d) lion 
A pest can be animals or _____________ (a) dog (b) stone (c) insects (d) leaf 
Our crops and livestock can be affected by ________ (a) fly (b) bee (c) pest (d) dog 
___ does not allow normal growth of crop plants (a) fly (b) diseases (c) sickness (d) headache 
The following are common agents that cause diseases to crops except _____
(a) bacteria (b) boil (c) fungi (d) virus 
Maize rust is a disease of ________ (a) cassava (b) plantain (c) maize (d) beans 
The following are examples of insect pest except ______ 
(a) weevils (b) stem borer (c) bird (d) grasshoppers 
Squirrel is an example of ______ (a) insect (b) primate (c) rodents (d) flies 
Cultural method of controlling pest involves the following except _____ 
(a) regular weeding (b) deep ploughing (c) good crop rotation system (d) planting crops 
Physical method of controlling pest in farm involves the following except 
(a) using hand to pick and kill the pests (b) Using locally made traps to catch rodents 
(c) Allowing insects on the farm (d) using scare crows to scare bird and monkeys away 
Eating food infected with chemical can cause the following except 
(a) stomach ache (b) catarrh (c) cough (d) good health 
When chemicals are washed into nearby streams, it kills fishes and other water animals 
(a) true (b) false 
___________ are small animal or insects that live on the bodies of farm animals 
(a) flies (b) insect (c) parasites (d) dog 
________ is an example of internal parasite (a) tick (b) flea (c) tapeworm (d) tse-tse fly 
______ is an example of external parasites (a) ticks (b) tapeworm (c) round worm (d) worm 
Disease attack farm animals and make them _______ (a) well (b) fine (c) grow (d) sick 
_______ causes sleeping sickness in animals (a) lice (b) tick (c) flea (d) tse-tse fly 
The following are signs of ill-health (sickness) in farm animals except (a) inability to eat properly (b) inability to walk properly (c) loss of weight (d) ability to run fast 



Section B
What are pest?  
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List four common pests you know  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

What is a disease?   
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Write four causal agents of crop diseases  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

State three methods of controlling pest 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________
(b) Give one example each 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What are parasites? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Write the two types of parasites we have with one example each  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

State four signs of ill health in farm animals  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________



ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Household pests are ______ and animals which are harmful to man and his surroundings 
(a) plants (b) disease (c) insects (d) crops
One of the these pests can cause cholera (a) mosquito (b) mice (c) housefly (d) bed bug
Kitchen hygiene helps to prevent the _____ of food 
(a) safety (b) contamination (c) richness (d) sweetness
_____ agents are materials that we can use to clean items in the home 
(a) home (b) general (c) cleaning (d) sponge
The food items that can easily get spoilt are called ____ foods 
(a) perishable (b) durable (c) preserve (d) delicious 
Spinach, tomatoes, potatoes and lettuce are all examples of ____ 
(a) plant (b) vegetables (c) roots (d) leaves
The method of cooking for moimoi is _____ (a) frying (b) steaming (c) roasting (d) smoking
A room or place where cooking activities are done is called ____ 
(a) palour (b) kitchen (c) room (d) verandah 
All are methods of cooking except ______ (a) boiling (b) smoking (c) frying (d) preserving 
____ is one of the major ingredients for making snacks(a) flour (b) pepper (c) oil (d) tomato
____________ is one of the methods of preventing household pest 
(a) applying insecticide to kill insects (b) opening doors and windows for insects to enter 
(c) allowing rubbish around your surroundings (d) play with insects 
__is the insects that causes malaria parasite (a) housefly (b) bed fly (c) mosquito (d) tsetse fly 
All are materials use for cleaning our surrounding except______
(a) broom (b) brush (c) mop (d) comb 
All are items found in the kitchen except _____ (a) stove (b) spoon (c) knife (d) phone 
Any edible solid or liquid substances that give us energy is ______
(a) food (b) diet (c) nutrient (d) breakfast 
Cooking of food with dry heat is known as ___ (a) boiling (b) frying (c) roasting (d) steaming 
An example of food that can be boiled is ____ (a) akara (b) puff puff (c) cake (d) rice 
All are examples of food that gives us protein except ____ (a) rice (b) beans (c) meat (d) fish 
Mud, terrazzo, wood, tiles are examples of ______ 
(a) floor covering (b) surfaces (c) ground floor (d) veranda 
Energy given food include the following except ______ (a) beans (b) rice (c) corn (d) bread 



Section B
What are household pests? _____________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Give three examples of household pest
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
2.) Explain the meaning of kitchen __________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention three tools found in the kitchen  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

3.) What is kitchen hygiene? _______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention three items that can be used to maintain kitchen hygiene
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
4.) Explain the meaning of cooking _________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention three methods of cooking 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
5.) Explain cleanliness in your own way _____________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) List three items used for cleaning our surrounding
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
The branch of learning that enables us to understand the activities of government is ____ 
(a) social education (b) civic education (c) social injustice (d) leadership
At what age can someone start voting (a) 10 (b) 18 (c) 19 (d) 20
The arm of government that makes law is the ____ 
(a) executive (b) legislature (c) judiciary (d) loyalty 
When the rights of citizens are not equally distributed in the society, it is called _____ 
(a) social injustice (b) socialization (c) loyalty (d) freedom
One of the following is a way through which workers protest 
(a) praying (b) strike action (c) love (d) begging
One of the following is not a natural disasters 
(a) flood (b) earthquake (c) road accidents (d) famine 
Nigeria's democracy day is celebrated on every _____ of the year 
March 30 (b) June 12 (c) May 29 (d) May 20
One evidence of loyalty is ____ (a) obedience (b) impoliteness (c) rudeness (d) stealing
The governor of Lagos State is _______ 
(a) His Excellency Akinwunmi Ambode (b) His Excellency Akinwunmi Collins 
(c) His Excellency Tunde Ambode (d) His Excellency Solomon Ambode 

_____ are ideas and beliefs that guide people's action 
(a) sense (b) intelligence (c) values (d) obedience
The arm of government that execute law is the ____ 
(a) legislative (b) judiciary (c) executive (d) police 
Nigeria got her independence on ______ 
(a) October 1st 1960 (b) October 1st 1980 (c) October 1st 1971 (d) October 1st 1972 

The body that safeguards every edible items and drugs is known as ___ 
(a) NASEDA (b) IBBS (c) SURE-P (d) NAFDAC
One of the reasons why many people do not own a house is _____ (a) high cost of building materials (b) sufficient fund (c) availability of land (d) government support

All are duties and obligations of government except ____ 
(a) provision of social amenities (b) provision of security in the country
(c) provision of job opportunities for its citizens (d) causing more problems in the country 

The arms of government that interpret the law in the country is ____ 
executive (b) legislative (c) judiciary (d) federation 

Nigeria became a republic in _______ year 
(a) October 1st 1963 (b) October 1st 1961 (c) October 1st 1962 (d) October 1st 1964 

The green colour of the Nigeria National flag represent _____ 
(a) agriculture (b) peace (c) flower (d) honey 

Nigeria has __________ state (a) 40 (b) 41 (c) 38 (d) 36 

The president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is _______ 
(a) President Mohammadu Buhari (b) President Mohammadu Saraki 
(c) President Mohammadu Duru (d) President Goodluck Jonathan 

Section B
Explain the meaning of government in your own way ________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) List two functions of government  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Who is a leader? _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Explain two qualities of good leader   
(a) ________________________________________________________________________    
(b) ________________________________________________________________________

Explain the meaning of pressure group____________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention two importance of pressure group  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Explain the meaning of social amenities ___________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) List three social amenities government provide for us   
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

Who is a citizen? _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention three rights of a citizen   
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Soap is a _____ agent (a) drying (b) cleansing (c) water (d) cooking
Soap is produced from chemical reaction known as ________ 
(a) hydration (b) esterification (c) saponification (d) production 
Soap is used for the following except __________ 
(a) for dyeing cloth (b) for removing grease (c) for removing dirt (d) for removing heat 
There are ___________ types of soap (a) 3 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) 5 
Trade and production of flowers is called ________ 
(a) gardening (b) floristry (c) farming (d) forestry 
________ is a person who engage in growing and sale of flowers 
(a) flowerist (b) gardener (c) florist (d) farmer 
Women's hat are made by _________ (a) hatist (b) milliner (c) hat maker (d) hat designers 
Hat can also be called headdress (a) True (b) false 
The act of making hat is called _______________________
(a) shoe making (b) hat drawing (c) hat making (d) hat designing 
Flowers make our house __________ (a) ugly (b) dull (c) beautiful (d) sweet 
___________ is used for the protection of hands in floristry 
(a) hand cover (b) hand socks (c) hand gloves (d) napkin 
___________ is used for decorating flowers (a) balloon (b) ribbon (c) paint (d) colour 
_____________ is used to transport flower from one place to another 
(a) polybags (b) boxes (c) cage (d) travelling bag 
____________ is the art of arranging flowers in a creative way 
(a) flowers design (b) floral design (c) roses design (d) bed 
Shoes are made by _______ (a) cobbler (b) manufacturer (c) sculptor (d) shoe shiner
____ is added to soap to give it pleasant smell (a) glycerine (b) perfume (c) tallow (d) powder 
The following are examples of materials used in hat-making except ____ 
(a) trimmings (b) beads (c) nails (d) needles 
Leather is derived from _______ (a) clay (b) wood (c) hide (d) cloth 
In early age, leathers are used as _______ (a) bed (b) clothing (c) laptop cases (d) plate 
Which of the following animals is a good source of hide? (a) rat (b) cattle (c) dog (d) fish 



Section B
What is hat making? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two kinds of hat 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is floristry? _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) State two uses of flowers 
(a) _____________________________________________________________________    
(b) _____________________________________________________________________

What is leather craft? __________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List three things that can be used to produce 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

What is shoe making? _________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two examples of footwear?  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is soap? _______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention three things we can do with soap 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
_____ inspires us to do the work of God (a) Holy Spirit (b) Holy man (c) Holy father (d) angel 
On the day of Pentecost, the disciples are speaking in different ______ 
(a) tongues (b) manner (c) signs (d) command 
_______ gives us boldness to preach the word of God 
(a) Holy Spirit (b) disciples (c) Angels (d) Mary 
Jesus Christ had _____ disciples (a) 12 (b) 10 (c) 11 (d) 13 
Truth simply means ______ (a) fact (b) error (c) correct (d) encourage 
________, ________ and _______ are the trinity of God (a) The father, son and the holy spirit (b) the father, son and the disciples (c) the father, son and the mother 

The event that happen on the day of Pentecost makes the people to _____ 
(a) have believe in God (b) hate God (c) rejoice with God (d) cause all enemies 
_____ was stoned to death simply because he preached the gospel to the people 
(a) Stephen (b) Matthew (c) John (d) Peter 
__is the disciple that denied Jesus three times (a) Peter (b) John (c) Matthew (d) Judas Iscariot 
______ is the son of God (a) Jesus Christ (b) John (c) Peter (d) Andrew 
Who did God create in his own image and likeness?
(a) man (b) woman (c) animals (d) heaven 
Who did God save from death (a) Isaac (b) Mary (c) Abraham (d) Jacob 
The things that God provides for us are the following except _____ 
(a) air (b) trees (c) trouble (d) good health 
The story of the prodigal son is an example of God's ____
(a) mercy (b) sadness (c) happiness (d) wickedness
God created and also wants us to ____ (a) create (b) destroy (c) push (d) pull down 
The Sabbath day is meant to be kept _____ (a) holy (b) dirty (c) ungrateful (d) shallow 
Who was delivered from the den of lion? (a) Shedrack (b) Meshack (c) Abednego (d) Daniel 
The only means through which we can talk to God is through _____ 
(a) praises (b) prayer (c) prouding (d) singing 
The Egyptians and their chariots perished in the ____ sea (a) red (b) blue (c) green (d) rough 
______ means to be punished or praised for the deed he or she has done 
(a) reward (b) punishment (c) repent (d) evil



Section B
Explain the meaning of inspiration _______________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

b.) Who gives us inspiration? __________________________________________ 

____________________________________ is the means we talk to God 
b.) Mention three disciples of Jesus Christ  
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    

Mention two things that God provided for us 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

God delivers ______________, ______________ and ____________ from the furnace of fire 
b.) Jesus Christ is the son of _________________________________________
Narrate the story of the prodigal son  
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Section A: 
Write N60 as a percentage of N2000 (a) 2% (b) 3% (c) 4% (d) 5%
Change 6300 kobo to Naira (a) N63 (b) N630 (c) N6300 (d) N63000
Find the L.C.M of 20 and 50 (a) 120 (b) 100 (c) 200 (d) 420 
Find the HCF of 8, 16 and 20 (a) 5 (b) 6 (c) 8 (d) 4 
Find the perimeters of the triangle of sides 6cm, 4cm and 8cm 
(a) 20cm (b) 18cm (c) 22cm (d) 24 
Find the circumference of a circle with radius 14cm (a) 22 (b) 44 (c) 88 (d) 120 
Express 100: 200 in lowest terms (a) 10: 20 (b) 1: 2 (c) 1:3 (d) 100: 200 
Find the perimeter of a square with side 5cm (a) 25cm (b) 30cm (c) 20cm (d) 60cm
Find the area of rectangle with length 15cm and breadth 3cm 
(a) 40cm2 (b) 30cm2 (c) 35cm2 (d) 45cm2 
Find the perimeter or circumference of a circle whose diameter is 14cm (Take π as 22/7 or 3.14) (a) 55cm (b) 66cm (c) 44cm (d) 77cm

Find the circumference of this figure? (a) 44cm (b) 43cm (c) 45cm (d) 48cm 

The area of a triangle is 45m2, if the baseline is 9m. Find the height of the triangle? 
(a) 10m (b) 12m (c) 13m (d) 5m
Find the time at which N8000 will yield an interest of N960.00 at 3% per annum? 
(a) 3 years (b) 4 years (c) 5 years (d) 6 years 
At what rate percent will N2,500 gain an interest of N500 in 5years? 
(a) 5% (b) 3% (c) 4% (d) 6%
Find the simple interest on N2400.00 at the rate of 5% per annum, for 4 years. 
(a) N240.00 (b) N380.00 (c) N480.00 (d) N120.00 
By selling a gold watch for N1450.00 a gain of N600.00 was made. Find the cost price of the watch (a) N850.00 (b) N860.00 (c) N830.00 (d) N820.00

Express 9/20 as a percentage (a) 40% (b) 45% (c) 51% (d) 60% 
Express 39% as a decimal (a) 0.039 (b) 0.39 (c) 3.9 (d) 390 
A car goes on an average speed of 80km/h for 4hours. What distance does it cover? 
(a) 320km (b) 340km (c) 360km (d) 390km 
The amount of space a container occupies is called _____ 
(a) metre (b) kilometer (c) capacity (d) space 

Section B 
Grace bought a clock for N150.00 and sold it for N160.00. Find
The gain 
The percentage gain 

2.) Okoro deposits N130.00 in a bank at an annual interest rate of 60%. Calculate his balance after 12 years. 
(b) Write the fractional form of 28: 7 in its lowest term 

3.) Find the H.C.F of 64, 80 and 120
b.) A dealer helps to sell goods worth N800.00. He is given a commission of 41%. How much did he receive? 

4.) What is the area of a rectangular surface 75cm long and 20cm wide? 
(b) Find the area of the triangle below 





5.) Find the speed of a car travelling 240km in 6hours 
(b) Three tins of bournvita weigh 225g, 495g and 126g. What is the total weight of the three tins? 


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING
NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Sample: 6 * = 60 10 * = 100

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